A boy of intermediate grade age sets up a home aquarium and observes how fish breathe, hear, feel, smell and swim. Close-ups, microscopic photography and animation are used. The interdependence of plants and animals is pointed out.
Producer Pat Dowling PicturesAudio/Visual sound, color
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November 14, 2015
DIE FISH DIE
Interesting film that tells mainly about how to set up your own aquarium (with 3 goldfish and a snail), before that though, we are taught totally useless info about how fish breathe. I mean, interesting, but highly irrelevant. Ive never owned a fishtank! Too much work. This looks somewhat primitive compared to today though.